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On 30/05/16 14:18, Lee Shallis wrote:
> ​On 30 May 2016 at 13:50, Keith Marshall < 
> keithmarshall@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: On 30/05/16 13:40, Lee
> Shallis wrote:
>>> The lines that should match it is this $(version):
>>> TARGET_OBJECTS+= $(O)$@.o ...
> 
>> TL;DR
> 
> I looked up those short-hands on google, how was it too long? 
> Barely 7 lines of text is not long, if anything it is short.

Even *one* line is too long, when it is placed, out of context, above
the text of the question to which it is intended as a reply.  I
already said as much, in the previous response you now quote; please read
http://redballoon.net/~snorwood/quote-rant.shtml

Furthermore, when you trim quoted context, you should definitely
delete my GPG signature block ... it definitely isn't relevant, in any
context to which you may be replying.

- -- 
Regards,
Keith.

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